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Victoria Nilsson is an NYC-based director and actor originally from Sweden. She moved to NYC after receiving a BA in Language and Culture from University College London. She holds an MFA in Directing from the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University.
During her three years of study, she directed No Such Thing by Douglas Hill, The Bear by Anton Chekhov, and Art by Yasmin Reza. Her New York theatre credits include The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco, She Talks to Beethoven by Adrienne Kennedy, and the original play Edda by Kendra Mittermeyer at the ASDS Repertory Season.
She is currently a Finalist at the Actors Studio and an active participant in its Playwrights Directors Workshop in which she has collaborated as a director on three original full-length plays and was invited to direct two pieces for the Actors Studio Short Play Web Fest 2020. As an actress she recently appeared in the play Terrorism by the Presnyakov Brothers at Lenfest Center for the Arts.